Giddyaunts

Bwthyn Y Cathid Duon, Lon Las, Brynsiencyn, Newborough, Anglesey, LL61 6TQ

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Ideal for ...

  • Adults
  • Beach stays
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views

Why stay here ...

Brian and Dawn welcome you to Giddyaunts CL.

The CL is an adult's only site, situated on a quiet lane that leads down to the Menia Strait.

It take about 5 minutes at a leisurely walk to the Strait and beach area. Along the sea front is Halon Mon sea salt and the famous Sea Life Centre.

Giddyaunts has 3 fully serviced pitches with electrics and water on each pitch, all hard standing.

The CL is situated only a short distance from Anglesey Sea Life Zoo and Foel Farm Park. With the site being 3 miles from Newborough, the walks through the forest to the beach provide wonderful views of Llyn Peninsula for those who enjoy outdoor hiking/walking. The CL is 20 minutes from Snowdonia. There are also less strenuous walks around the local area.

In the village there is a pub and various eating establishments.

Freshly baked Giddyaunts scones along with clotted cream and jam are available daily.

Facilities on site ...

  • Information room
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good
  • WC (exclusive use)

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Latest arrival time: 6:00 PM

Latest departure time: 10:00 AM

0.5 acres

Electric amperage: 16

Lawned site

Recycling Facilities

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Postcode:
LL61 6TQ
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GPS:
Lat 53.164064 / Lon -4.287731
OS field ref:
SH471654
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Nearest port: Holyhead (40 miles)
  • Nearest train station: Bangor
  • Park and ride goes to Bangor
  • Park and ride within 5 miles
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Little slice of paradise

Giddyaunts
We arrived here quite easily after checking directions with Brian and Dawn. What lovely welcoming people they are. The site is just lovely. Small but perfectly formed. 3 pitches hard standing each with own garden area and picnic bench. The gardens are beautifully tended and was a real pleasure to sit in when the sun did shine. We found it a perfect spot for exploring the island and we did north south east and west, there is so much to see. It was always a pleasure to return after a day out to a lovely quiet peaceful spot. We thoroughly enjoyed it and won't hesitate to come again the next time we visit the beautiful Isle of Anglesey. Thankyou. You have a beautiful CL 😊

Abbeycath

Reviewed on 09/06/2022 17:33

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Giddyaunts
Recently returned from 4 nights at Giddy Aunts in our Motorhome. Brian and Dawn were very friendly and welcoming and make delicious scones with clotted cream available every day. There are 3 hardstanding pitches in beautiful garden surroundings each with a picnic bench. Easy walk down to the shore and enjoyed delicious cake and coffee in the Foel Country Park cafe (you don’t have to purchase entry tickets to use the cafe). Cycled to Newborough Forest and into Benllech and plenty of places to visit in the area by car or Motorhome. Thank you for making us so welcome.

Mikbar

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Reviewed on 09/06/2022 00:02

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Lovely site-but you need a car/bike!

Giddyaunts
We stayed for 4 nights in our motorhome. Directions were straightforward and we arrived just after 1pm. Dawn & Brian greeted us and were extremely welcoming and friendly. The site is delightful, quite compact with lovely lawns and flowering shrubs around pitches. Plenty of room on pitches with grass either side and a picnic bench. Ours was slightly sloping so ramps were needed on nearside wheels. Water and EHU on each pitch, the only facilities was a single toilet which was very basic, however clean and perfectly adequate for your needs. Adjacent to the toilet cubicle was the waste area for chemical toilets. The site is an easy 15 minute walk down to the shore of the Menai Straight, which is very stoney and strewn with dead seaweed etc; we had hoped to find a spot to sunbathe but the weather had other ideas! Along the front is the Sea Zoo, Anglesey Salt and Foel Farm, all ideal attractions if you have children with you. There are no shops around, nor a pub or a bus. The nearest village of Brynciencyn is a good 40 minute walk, steep in places and here there is one pub, one cafe and a small shop. We found a bus stop with a service towards Llangefni but timings were poor and we wondered if we’d get back OK? If you’re visiting Giddyaunts with a caravan it could be an amazing place as a base, a lovely place to come back to after a day of exploring! Having a car with you is a must (or bikes) to be able to see other areas such as Caernarfon etc which are not that far away. We always pitch up and stay put rather than have the hassle of unhooking, securing ever again to go out in our unit, so that was our downfall. We felt very isolated and were stuck for things to do, apart from walking to the same places everyday, but that’s our fault for not researching adequately. If you have transport this is an ideal site, very peaceful and so pretty and well maintained. As previously reported the Cream Teas arrive fresh everyday and they are delicious 😋, our scones were still warm!

Reptonite

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Reviewed on 08/06/2022 07:20

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Giddyaunts
We've just come home from this haven of peace after a stay of 6 nights (booked originally for 4 but couldn't leave as we loved it so much so stayed a bit longer, which was still not long enough). If you long for peace, beauty, and lovely, friendly owners (Brian and Dawn), then this could well be the place for you. It was certainly the place for us and we would love to return. There's so much to do in Anglesey especially if you love the juxtaposition of cliffs and beaches as we do. And we couldn't have chosen a better place to dwell than this lovely, unassuming site. I haven't mentioned the scones - you'll need to visit and try them for yourself. I hope you will love this place as much as we do. Sheila and Keith

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Reviewed on 04/05/2022 18:34

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what a lovely site so peaceful,

Giddyaunts
just had 5 nights on this site, loved it, we hope we can get back later this year, Brian and dawn are very welcoming, hope to see you soon, Bernard and Anne,

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Reviewed on 31/03/2022 20:31

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